4 Dubai must-visit attractions before they close soon

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The e& Beach Canteen at Jumeirah Beach, Dubai.

Rain or shine, you need to visit these Dubai attractions before they close for the season this month. If you’ve been planning a visit, now is your last chance to make it happen. From safaris to foodie adventures, we roundup four hotspots you can’t miss.

e& Beach Canteen

Dubai’s iconic beachside food pop-up is open until May 12 at Jumeirah Beach behind Sunset Mall. It’s the best place to enjoy local dining concepts, as well as live entertainment and culinary masterclasses that will certainly make your inner foodie jump for joy. Entrance is free! 8 reasons you shouldn’t miss it 

Dubai Safari Park

Sheikh Mohammad tours Dubai Safari Park

If you want the ultimate “meet and greet” with wildlife, head to Dubai Safari Park before it closes for the summer on May 31! The largest park of its kind in Dubai is home to about 3,000 animals, including Arabian onyx, gazelles, giraffes, elephants and other exotic wildlife. The park is open daily from 9am to 5pm, with tickets starting at Dh50 via dubaisafari.ae. Children under the age of 3 enter for free.

Global Village Dubai

Global Village, Dubai’s popular entertainment destination, is reopening on October 18 for Season 28.

The popular entertainment and leisure destination has extended its opening days until May 8, so you only have a few days left before it closes for the summer. Global Village has promised last-minute shopping discounts at its country pavilions, as well as global cuisines from Middle East to Asia at its various food markets. Plus, enjoy the live shows on the main stage, and games and rides at the carnival area. This year, check out the newest addition called Mini World for a selfie with the world’s most iconic attractions. Global Village is open from 4pm to 2am. Ticket costs Dh27 via globalvillage.ae, and children 12 years old or younger enter free.

Satwa Street Food Festival

The Satwa Street Food Festival in Satwa, Dubai.

If you like night markets, you shouldn’t miss the Satwa Street Food Festival, the neighbourhood culinary fiesta launched as part of the Dubai Food Festival. Enjoy a taste of the city at this dining concept that is open daily until May 30. You’ll love the local specialities as well as dishes from around the world amid a fun community vibe. The Satwa Street Food Festival is located along Al Satwa Street, a block from Al Satwa Mosque. ICA/Expat Media

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